Want to start building your career? Our internships are a good place to start.
Whatever your major or program, whether you’re an undergrad or a postgrad, if you’re interested in fields from finance to news and from technology to clean energy, there’s a place for you here.
At Bloomberg, we believe a rich mix of people and points of view is essential to innovation.
Learn more about life as an intern
After initial orientation and training, you’ll start contributing to projects immediately. Managers will give you constructive feedback and career advice, and through work seminars and cultural and philanthropic events, you’ll gain even more insight into our culture here. You will also hear from leaders from across Bloomberg’s businesses throughout the course of the summer.
And if you do well in your internship, there’s a good chance you’ll get to interview for a full-time position.
Our internships fall into seven programs:
Bloomberg Analytics Boot Camp (Pre-Internship)
If you’re an undergrad interested in a career in finance and technology, you can also apply to our Analytics Boot Camp. This program is your chance to spend a week in one of the world’s fastest-paced business environments, learning the basics of the Bloomberg Terminal, networking and participating in group projects.
You’ll emerge with a deeper understanding of topics like fixed income and equity fundamentals, interest rates and derivatives. Do well, and you may get to interview for a summer internship.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) Academic Outreach Internship
The 12-week BNEF program is for undergrads and postgrads who are interested in renewable and clean energy investments. In this program, your ability to process information and solve problems – independently and in teams – is as important to us as your academic background. You’ll receive training in the Bloomberg Professional service and gain business exposure along with your fellow Bloomberg interns, and then you’ll join one of our clean-energy or carbon-focused teams.
BNEF interns are hired on a rolling basis. You may be able to extend your internship, depending on the kinds of projects you work on.